Dog Eat Dog
Dog Eat Dog

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A crew of ex-cons are hired by a Cleveland mafioso to kidnap the baby of a rival mobster.... (Full plot summary below)

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A crew of ex-cons are hired by a Cleveland mafioso to kidnap the baby of a rival mobster.

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AV Club - 9/10 by Ignatiy VishnevetskyAn exercise in gratuitousness that’s fitful by design, Paul Schrader’s Dog Eat Dog avoids any relationship between character psychology and visual style; they jab against each other, angrily vying for attention, as a nihilistic commentary on crime movies and genre stories.
Nerdist - 9/10 by Luke Y. ThompsonIf you think Nic Cage trying to angrily mansplain the rapidly spiraling chaos around him is hilarious so long as it stays in the realm of fiction, it is.
indieWire - 9/10 by David EhrlichWith the bawdy and intoxicatingly batshit Dog Eat Dog, Schrader is off the leash once and for all.
The Film Stage - 9/10 by Giovanni Marchini CamiaLacking the earlier stylistic exuberance, Dog Eat Dog loses all momentum, taking forever to come to a conclusion both foregone and deeply dissatisfying.
Cleveland Plain Dealer - 8/10 by Michael HeatonDog Eat Dog has a lot of crazy, scary and wonderful moving parts. It's just unfortunate that so few of them fit together.
Chicago Sun-Times - 8/10 by Richard RoeperDog Eat Dog occasionally positions itself as social commentary, but it’s mainly a bloody, trippy, bare-fanged pulp thriller featuring terrifically entertaining performances from old dogs Cage and Dafoe.
Village Voice - 8/10 by Danny KingWhy watch the nihilistic Dog Eat Dog ... when Schrader has made so many other movies that deal far more tenderly - and equally brutally - with characters of a similar ilk - his criminals, outsiders and losers?
NPR - 8/10 by Mark JenkinsThe film might have taken a more original route to perdition. You can never guess what wild-eyed prank Schrader will pull next, but his characters are more predictable.
El Pais (Spain) - 8/10 by Javier OcañaA film full of social criticism that perhaps gets lost in an uncontrolled sea, with surprisingly calm interpretations, ends up being defined by some of the most ferocious dialogues of its protagonists. [Full review in Spanish]
Fort Worth Star-Telegram/ - 8/10 by Cary DarlingDog Eat Dog is at its best when it's both strangely fascinating and repellant...But, like a fat tire with a nail, it loses air as it goes along and you're just left hoping that Cage and Dafoe bought themselves something nice with their paychecks.

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